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This module is a compulsory core module for the completion of a full MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice. The learner leads, designs and delivers a small-scale, practice-based quality improvement project in the practice field in which the learner is developing as an advanced clinical practitioner.
The module supports learners to prepare and plan to deliver a quality improvement project using the quality improvement project proposal which is the major part of assessment in the Leadership in Advanced Clinical Practice module. Learners are supported to consider establishing baseline measures, selecting relevant quality improvement methodologies and evaluation. Learners are required to produce a written project report in which includes the rationale for the quality improvement initiative, the methods and evaluation adopted, analysis and discussion of the outcomes achieved and a reflection of the learning associated with the planning, delivery and outcomes of the project.
This module will enable learners to extend capacity to combine effective synthesis and critique of available evidence with relevant quality improvement methodologies and leadership principles, theories and frameworks. This module will also prepare learners to implement a small scale quality improvement project in a setting relevant to their field of practice.
Programme entry requirements
This module will be assessed through a single project report (4500 words) with two sections: Project Report (3500 words) and leadership learning critical reflection (1000 words)
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